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Can someone hire me, please? Pretty please?

I can’t believe I’m a graduate now. I just can’t. My years of education are over. I’ve always had my life sort of planned out for me. 522 more words

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CV Tees Are Back!

We have been so overwhelmed by the excitement around our CV tees. The original Bonjour and Tout Va Bien styles sold out quickly but we’ve just brought back a few of our beloved designs to the site! 121 more words

#TopTipTuesday: Don't Give Up

My #TopTip today is something I’m living by at the moment. In this current climate, and with a new batch of graduates to add to your competition, it’s hard to lose hope when it comes to applying for jobs. 168 more words

Cover Letter

There's a skeleton in my closet: Why honesty is the best policy

A big part of what we have to do as headhunters is due diligence and fact checking on candidates. Are all qualifications listed on their CV accurate? 535 more words

Executive Search

National Careers Service

https://nationalcareersservice.direct.gov.uk

Just have to post a link to a site and service that I didn’t know existed when I started searching for a job.

These are the good people who informed me, I had all but wasted 3 weeks of job based inquisition (bad, obviously) but prevented me wasting any more (praiseworthy). 91 more words

Zgoda na przetwarzanie danych osobowych w pigułce

W przypadku wysyłania naszego CV do pracodawcy wyrażamy zgodę na przetwarzanie danych osobowych. Co właściwe kryje się za tą regułką? Czy nasz dokument wędruje następnie od firmy do firmy? 392 more words

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Interview Question - Where do you see yourself in five years from now?

This is a regular job interview question for upcoming and recent graduates, and indeed for people within an established career.

The key to this, as with any other interview question is to understand what the recruiter is trying to gain from asking this question. 439 more words